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What If America Had Never Invaded Afghanistan? - The Atlantic
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 12:01:21 GMT

The Atlantic

What If America Had Never Invaded Afghanistan?
The Atlantic
Mullah Akhtar Mohammed Osmani, the Taliban's military leader for southern Afghanistan, sat stolidly, his great bulk supported in an overstuffed chair to my left. It was October 2, 2001, and events had been hurtling forward since the terrorist attacks ...
Ban or not, US antipathy to Haqqani is puzzlingThe National

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3 Men Shot in Afghanistan Worked for North Carolina Firm - ABC News
Sat, 31 Jan 2015 23:11:03 GMT

WXII The Triad

3 Men Shot in Afghanistan Worked for North Carolina Firm
ABC News
A North Carolina-based firm says it employed the three military contractors who were shot to death earlier this week in Afghanistan. Praetorian Standard Inc. of Fayetteville identified the men slain Thursday as Walter D. Fisher of North Myrtle Beach ...
3 contractors shot, killed in Afghanistan worked for NC firmWXII The Triad
3 U.S. contractors shot in Afghanistan worked for N.C. firmMilitary Times

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Commentary: A salute for Afghanistan retrograde efforts - ArmyTimes.com
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 19:02:28 GMT

ArmyTimes.com

Commentary: A salute for Afghanistan retrograde efforts
ArmyTimes.com
Following 13 years of war in Afghanistan, the unsung heroes of our nation's military are the Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and defense contractors who have, and continue to, execute the monumental effort of equipping our forces in theater ...



Former Fayetteville police officer killed in Afghanistan attack - WTVD-TV
Sat, 31 Jan 2015 13:28:33 GMT

WTVD-TV

Former Fayetteville police officer killed in Afghanistan attack
WTVD-TV
Four U.S. contractors killed or wounded in a Taliban attack on Afghanistan's Kabul airport worked for a Fayetteville-based firm. Among those killed Thursday was a former Fayetteville police officer. Retired Fayetteville Police Chief Ron Hansen ...
Names released of contractors killed in AfghanistanFayetteville Observer
Friends, family remember North Myrtle Beach contractor killed in AfghanistanMyrtleBeachOnline.com
The Guardian view on Afghanistan: war quickens as politicians falterThe Guardian
Sydney Morning Herald -Stars and Stripes
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ISIS in Pakistan and Afghanistan: Taliban Fighters Sign Up, Commanders Say - NBCNews.com
Sat, 31 Jan 2015 21:11:13 GMT

NBCNews.com

ISIS in Pakistan and Afghanistan: Taliban Fighters Sign Up, Commanders Say
NBCNews.com
ISIS' media arm this week declared Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan to be one region called the province of Khorasan Ś the name given to a historic region that covers part of modern-day Iran, Afghanistan and India. NBC News interviewed four ...
Pakistanis fleeing offensive find new dangers in AfghanistanYahoo News
Pakistanis flee offensive, find danger in AfghanistanMilitary Times

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Three US contractors killed in 'insider attack' in Afghanistan - Reuters
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 07:57:28 GMT

CBS News

Three US contractors killed in 'insider attack' in Afghanistan
Reuters
An increase in so-called insider attacks in Afghanistan eroded trust between government forces and their international allies in the final years of the combat mission that ended in 2014, prompting foreign forces to scale back interaction with Afghans.
3 American Contractors Killed In Insider Attack In AfghanistanHuffington Post
Taliban claim responsibility for Kabul attackUSA TODAY
Taliban says agent infiltrated Afghan's security forces for attack that killed ...Fox News
CBS News -Voice of America -Los Angeles Times
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Why we lost Afghanistan - American Thinker (blog)
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 13:56:32 GMT

Why we lost Afghanistan
American Thinker (blog)
Why we lost Afghanistan. By Pedro Gonzales. For once, The New York Times has it right. It has an article revealing that ordinary Afghans avoid their regular civilian courts and go to be judged by Taliban courts. Frustrated by Western-inspired legal ...

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World Cup Cricket's Best Hope: Team Afghanistan - Newsweek
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 10:30:48 GMT

Newsweek

World Cup Cricket's Best Hope: Team Afghanistan
Newsweek
That explains at least some of the passion for cricket in Afghanistan. It's a craze of dramatically recent origin, and yet it already plays a serious role in national identity. Cricket has become an expression of hopes of national unity, national ...
Afghanistan's cricket team heads to World CupBBC News
Afghanistan prepare for 'dream' World Cup debutIBNLive

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Inconvenient Truths in Afghanistan - New York Times
Thu, 29 Jan 2015 15:01:59 GMT

New York Times

Inconvenient Truths in Afghanistan
New York Times
In late December, as they do every few months, American military officials in Kabul sent a trove of data to the office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction for its quarterly report. Over the years, such figures have told an ...
US Military Classifies Information About Afghanistan's TroopsABC News
The Pentagon's New Afghanistan PolicyŚWay More SecrecyWar is Boring
Transparency goes on holiday in AfghanistanWashington Post (blog)
Headlines & Global News -Christian Science Monitor -CNN
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Chicago charity sending 5000 pizzas to troops in Afghanistan - WKYT
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 15:51:50 GMT

WKYT

Chicago charity sending 5000 pizzas to troops in Afghanistan
WKYT
And so it will be that the roughly 11,000 U.S. troops left in Afghanistan will get a slice of home for Super Bowl Sunday. Pizzas4Patriots.com is teaming with Rich Foods and DHL to send 5,000 pies to American service members across Afghanistan. Retired ...

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